Chambers and Partners

09 November 2018

We are again ranked in Band 1 for Travel Law:

"3 Hare Court is hailed by instructing solicitors as "truly market-leading in its handling of cross-border personal injury claims." The set acts in a wide range of complex travel claims, with areas of specialism including package travel regulations, group actions concerning illness, and inquests arising from fatal accidents abroad. Its barristers also have a strong track record in cases involving questions of jurisdiction and choice of law. Members are regularly instructed to represent both claimant and defendant clients, including several prominent tour operators and major insurers."

Client service is highlighted as well:

"The clerking team is fantastic. They're very helpful, patient and nothing is ever too much trouble." "The clerks are superb and really make you feel like a valued client. James Donovan, the senior clerk, is one of the best in the business and in my experience he has never recommended a barrister who wasn't totally suited to the job in hand."

Katherine Deal is singled as the (only) star individual in Travel and being described as "the best of the best". Katherine is joined in the Travel Law rankings with Howard Stevens QC, Pierre Janusz, Dan Saxby, Andrew Young, Helen Pugh and Asela Wijeyaratne.

In Chancery Commercial: Simon Davenport QC, Peter Knox QC and Thomas Roe QC all got ranked.

In Civil Liberties and Human Rights: Thomas Roe QC and Tom Poole

In Civil Fraud: Aidan Casey QC and Simon Davenport QC

In Aviation: Katherine Deal

In Immigration: Tom Poole

In Insolvency: Clara Johnson and Daniel Lewis

For details on our Chambers and Partners Rankings please click here.